Poemes That Stirre the Soule and Moove the Bowelles

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"In 'Deep Space Probe To Poetria,' we traversed the Galaxy to visit the home planet of the verbal invaders of our world, the Poetrians. Then, returning in 'Payload From Poetria,' we brought back a cargo of poeple, i.e. Poetrians. But, this familiarity with the realm of Poetrians caused the writer's dark side to overpower and break through his consciousness as 'Alter' in 'Musings Of The Mad Poet From Poetria,' indicting Lauria as the Mad Poet, rather than he, the Parallel Universe Ego! Now, Lauria re-emerges as the dominant poet, accepting the
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"In 'Deep Space Probe To Poetria,' we traversed the Galaxy to visit the home planet of the verbal invaders of our world, the Poetrians. Then, returning in 'Payload From Poetria,' we brought back a cargo of poeple, i.e. Poetrians. But, this familiarity with the realm of Poetrians caused the writer's dark side to overpower and break through his consciousness as 'Alter' in 'Musings Of The Mad Poet From Poetria,' indicting Lauria as the Mad Poet, rather than he, the Parallel Universe Ego! Now, Lauria re-emerges as the dominant poet, accepting the unjust designation 'Mad,' and sublimating his desire to avenge the indignity, by bringing forth a fourth book-not part of the Poetrian Trilogy, but one in which the Poetrians take on the work of unidentified anonymous internists (not to be confused with worms). Their objective? To stirre your soule and moove your bowelles! Can they do it? Well, let me report to you that mine soule hath been stirred and mine bowelles have been mooved! Am I being too subjective, too presumptive, too everything else in thinking you will experience the same? Perhaps, but that is for you to reflect upon after reading. I can only assure you that once your soule is stirred, your bowelles will be moved!

Sincerely,

Anonymous

P.S. I too, like the internists, must remain anonymous. Why? So that my identity and fabulous career in the Arts does not overshadow Lauria's. Is this not awesome humility? Let's give it up for me!"

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781425959555
  • Publisher: AuthorHouse
  • Publication date: 5/28/2007
  • Pages: 192
  • Product dimensions: 5.00 (w) x 8.00 (h) x 0.44 (d)

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